Originally Posted by azbill
the downside is where the sprocket will be in relation to your engine
I had to space mine closer to the wheel
I cut out the center of the sprocket and bolted it inside a disc rotor
I adjusted the spacing with washers until I got it right, then exchanged washers for the same thickness of nuts
I hope that made sense and helps !!!
Bills wheel works very well, I have 650 or so miles on it behind a HF engine and I don't know how many miles that Bill put on it. It is rock solid and easy to change sprockets on.